Art & Entertainment | Book Reviews | Education | Entertainment Video | Health | Lifestyle | Sport | Sport Video | Search

 

Māori Music set to go off with a bang in 2006!

Māori Music set to go off with a bang in 2006!


The National Māori Music Summit finishes with a bang at the State Opera House in Wellington on 17 November 2006. The four-hour long concert ‘Pao Pao Pao 2006’, features some of the best bilingual Māori artists from a variety of musical genre including opera, classical, reggae, kapa haka and traditional instrumentalists.

The summit will showcase emerging artists alongside international acts like Hinewehi Mohi of Oceania and APRA Award winner Ruia Aperahama. Hinewehi says, “I am excited to be a part of ‘Pao Pao Pao 2006’ and look forward to joining with the rest of the Māori music whānau to put on a wicked show.”

This is a rare opportunity to hear and see the cream of Maori music in all its guises. Tickets are selling through Ticketek, get in quick to secure yourself and your whānau tickets by logging on to http://premier.ticketek.co.nz/shows/show.aspx?sh=PAOPAO06 or by visiting a Ticketek agency.

The National Māori Music Summit also features music workshops sponsored by Manaaki Tangata for established and up coming musicians at Wellington High Schools’ Taraika Marae Friday 3 November 2006 commencing at 8.30am. A perfect opportunity to see the latest music products, hook up with some of the movers and shakers in local music and hear from some of our most successful artists and bands. The Manaaki Tangata music workshops are a must for established and new musicians.

ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Culture Headlines | Health Headlines | Education Headlines

 
Legendary Bassist David Friesen Plays Wellington’s Newest Jazz Venue

Friesen is touring New Zealand to promote his latest album Another Time, Another Place, recorded live at Auckland's Creative Jazz Club in 2015. More>>

Howard Davis Review: The Father - Descending Into The Depths of Dementia

Florian Zeller's dazzling drama The Father explores the effects of a deeply unsettling illness that affects 62,000 Kiwis, a number expected to grow to 102,000 by 2030. More>>


Howard Davis Review: Blade Runner Redivivus

When Ridley Scott's innovative, neo-noir, sci-fi flick Blade Runner was originally released in 1982, at a cost of over $45 million, it was a commercial bomb. More>>

14-21 October: New Zealand Improv Festival In Wellington

Imagined curses, Shibuya’s traffic, the apocalypse, and motherhood have little in common, but all these and more serve as inspiration for the eclectic improvised offerings coming to BATS Theatre this October for the annual New Zealand Improv Festival. More>>

ALSO:

Bird Of The Year Off To A Flying Start

The competition asks New Zealanders to vote for their favourite bird in the hopes of raising awareness of the threats they face. More>>

Scoop Review Of Books:
K Emma Ng's Old Asian, New Asian

This book, written by a young second-generation Chinese New Zealander, gives many examples of the racism that Asian New Zealanders experience. More>>

 
 
 
 
 

LATEST HEADLINES

  • CULTURE
  • HEALTH
  • EDUCATION